Master Plans

CATSIP “Laws, Plans, and Policies” Page Update

April 21, 2020
CATSIP’s Laws, Plans, and Policies page has been updated with a new list of resources! Screen Capture of Plans Page

The CATSIP Laws, Plans, and Policies pages are one of the most visited...

The Stanislaus Council of Governments Needs Your Feedback

April 21, 2020

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Share your feedback to help improve safe and active travel in Stanislaus County!

Stanislaus Council of Governments is preparing a Non-Motorized Transportation Plan as a guide to improve walking, bicycling, and road safety conditions throughout communities in Stanislaus County. This Plan seeks to...

Caltrans District 4 wants your feedback for Bay Area bicycle plan!

November 13, 2017

Caltrans District 4 will be hosting a series of community workshops to discuss proposed priority bicycle improvements for the Bay Area! Attend one of the following workshops or webinar to provide your input on how to help create a more connected, comfortable, and safer bicycle network for the Bay Area and in your local community.

More information available here.

The Napa Valley Transportation Authority Needs Your Feedback

September 30, 2019
Share your feedback and help improve transportation in Napa County!

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The Napa County Transportation Authority (NVTA) is updating the County's transportation plan and seeking community input in order to create a shared transportation vision for 2045.

Through the countywide plan, the NVTA envisions a Napa County where:

Fewer people drive personal automobiles More people use alternative forms of transportation, like...

Share Your Input on San Jose Better Bike Plan 2025

July 19, 2019

The City of San José is updating their bike master plan to improve bikeway connections for Santa Clara County residents. Changes in land use and transportation have enabled opportunities in San José to develop a multi-modal transportation network that accommodates a wide range of users of all ages and abilities.

Better Bike Plan 2025 seeks to create a safe, comfortable, and convenient bicycle network that eliminates bicycle fatalities and injuries, enriches the lives of the...

Let’s Bike Oakland! Draft Plan Seeks Community Review

April 9, 2019

Do you live or ride a bicycle in Oakland? If so, Oakland’s Department of Transportation (OakDOT) currently seeks input from East Bay residents on the latest draft plan of Let’s Bike Oakland. To inform the community planning process, The Bike Plan Team collaborated with key Oakland-based community partners (East Oakland Collective, Outdoor Afro, Bike4Life, Cycles of Change, and The Scraper Bike Team) to reach Oakland residents where they live, work...

New SRTSNP Report: Complete Streets Policies & Bicycle and Pedestrian Plans

November 20, 2018

Increasing opportunities for walking and biking has many health benefits. But how can cities and counties support and create streets in our communities that are accessible and safe for all users? What types of improvements and plans are needed forCover of new SRTSNP Report pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders and motorists to get where they need to go safely, comfortably and easily?

A new report published...

LA Metro wants your feedback for the Long Range Transportation Plan

November 7, 2018

Metro (the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority) is currently working on updating their Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP), which was last adopted in 2009. To help shape the update of the plan, Metro is seeking public input on their project website, Our Next LA*.


Public Input Wanted for Nevada County Active Transportation Plan

September 14, 2018

Do you live in Nevada County? Get involved and share your input on the development of the new Active Transportation Plan (ATP)! The Nevada County Transportation Commission (NCTC), in coordination with the County of Nevada, City of Grass Valley, City of Nevada City, and Town of Truckee is in the process of developing the plan, which will evaluate pedestrian and bicycle needs, and identify and prioritize active transportation recommendations by jurisdiction.